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Established 2016

Nisarga Medical Centre, Kottiyam is Dr. Syam's Centre for Degenerative and Lifestyle Disorders. We have our own vision and mission with empathy towards the needy. We provide treatments for various chronic illnesses such as Chronic Lower back pain, Neck Pain, other Joint pain, IVDP, Migrain, Chronic Respiratory disorders like bronchial asthma, upper respiratory tract diseases such as allergic rhinitis, chronic sinusitis, Skin conditions such as psoriasis, allergic skin diseases, toxemic skin infections and Lifestyle diseases like Type II Diabetes melitus, Obesity, Hormonal Imbalance, reduced immunity, stress, cancer etc. 
We have specialist doctors in Panchakarma, Nutritional Medicine, Natural Medicine, Acupuncture, Yoga, Ayurveda etc. Nisarga assures guaranteed cure for above said illnesses.  Sports ayurveda is also available in our centre. Nisarga has launched two natural products under nisarga naturals a health care company to promote and produce natural food stuff suitable to man kind. We have Natural Organic Virgin Coconut Oil making under safe and hygienic place with utmost care to prevent lose of its nutritional value in each processes of its productions. Nisarga Natural and Organic honey.

Nisarga Medical Centre and Nisarga Naturals are committed to provide good service and good products to enhance the health of people naturally. Nisarga Institute of Ayuryog is a unit of Nisarga Medical Centre to provide authentic therapeutic education to people those who want choose their carrier as Ayurveda Pancha Karma therapist and Yoga Teacher and our centre will help to get job related to AyurYog. 

4 Doctors Work in Our Clinic

Syam Chandrasekharan Nair
BNYS, MD (Acu).,,DHT Acupuncture,
Allergist/Immunologist,
Naturopathic,
Pain Management,
Weight Loss Clinic,
Yoga Teacher
NISA
BNYS Acupuncture,
Dietitian,
Yoga Teacher
Hari Krishnan D. S
BAMS,MD(PANCHA KARMA) Ayurvedic,
Sports medicine
ARUN THULASI
BNYS,MD (Yoga) Acupuncture,
Naturopathic,
Yoga Teacher

Services Offered

  • Acupuncture & Laser Therapy
  • Ayurveda & Panchakarma
  • Natural Medicine
  • Nutritional Medicine
  • Physiotherapy
  • Sports Medicine & Ayurveda
  • Yoga Medicine.

Special Packages:

  • Weight Management Therapy
  • Pain Management Therapy
  • ​Diabetes Management
  • ​Post Natal Care
  • ​Rejuvenation Therapy
  • ​Stress Management

Kerala Special Therapies

  • Abhyangam
  • Shirodhara
  • Pizhichil
  • Kizhi
  • Nasyam
  • Kativasthi
  • Greevavasthi
  • Januvasthi
  • Shirovasthi
  • Udhvardhanam.

Yoga Therapy For,

  • Lower Back Pain
  • IVDP(Disc Prolapse)
  • Obesity
  • PCOD
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Asthma
  • Cervical Spondylosis

Special Naturopathy Treatments:

  • Aroma Massage
  • Swedish Massage
  • Vibromassage
  • Powder Massage
  • Steam bath
  • Laser Acupuncture
  • Laser Nasal Treatment for Chronic Sinusitis

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Why You Need Zinc? Zinc is chemically a metal and a trace mineral with multiple health benefits. It is required by the body for a number of functions in small quantities on a regular basis. Some of its important roles include improving immunity, hormone production and promoting digestion, controlling inflammation, tissue growth and repair, etc. to name a few. It also helps in controlling free radical production and therefore has anti-inflammatory effects in reversing heart disease and fighting cancer. About 5 to 8 mg of zinc is needed by a person per day, with smaller children needing it in the lesser range and women needing more of it. Natural sources of zinc include animal rich protein foods like animal meat and seafood. Dairy products, legumes, pulses and whole grains also contain good amounts of zinc. Modern day foods contain added zinc and therefore are good sources too, though they availability and utility value for the body remain a question. Zinc improves immunity i.e. the body produces what are called as T cells when there is any infection or foreign body in the body. These T cells also help in controlling and regulating immune responses and in people with zinc deficiency, the immune system is suppressed putting them at risk for infections and illnesses. Zinc has a great role to play in maintaining skin integrity and delayed wound healing is one of the first symptoms of zinc deficiency. These people also could develop chronic ulcers or wounds. There is increased bacterial growth (reduced immunity), increased inflammation, and reduced re-epithelialization, all leading to poor skin health and delaying wound healing. Zinc is essential for healthy gut function and it is one of the best remedies for diarrhoea. Deficiency can lead to leaky gut syndrome. Zinc reduces free radical damage, which is responsible for chronic inflammation. Eating adequate amounts of zinc can reduce this inflammation, leading to preventing heart disease, reducing the incidence of cancer, etc. It also is shown to prevent cellular damage in the retina, thereby reducing incidence of macular degeneration. Zinc is essential for proper growth and development. Zinc deficiency is shown to produce shorter stature, anaemia, and delayed sexual maturation. During the growing years especially, it is very important to provide an adequate amount of zinc for the body, either naturally or through supplements. Fertility and zinc also has a strong correlation. In males, it affects both the quantity and quality of sperm production. The sperm count was shown to improve with zinc supplementation in males who complained of low sperm count. Controlling memory is another function of zinc. It determines how neurones talk to each other, which is essential for transmission of signals across the brain and formation of memory. Call us on 9497384547

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Evening Batch Yoga has been Started today on wards. Time 5.30pm to 6.30pm (except sunday). Yoga @ Nisarga Medical Centre, Kottiyam. Contact For More Details: 9496284547.

Nisarga Medical Centre , 2017011118:46:38

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Taking antibiotics increases the risk of type 2 diabetes: People who take just four courses over 15 years are 50% more likely to get the condition.December 19, 2016 | BEN SPENCER, Medical Correspondent for THE DAILY MAIL (Taken from THE DAILY MAIL). Taking too many antibiotics could raise the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, experts have warned. People who receive more than four courses of the drugs over 15 years are 53 per cent more likely to get the disease, according to the results of a large study. The study of 1.4 million Danish patients shows a clear link between antibiotics and diabetes, the researchers said. Antibiotics are designed to kill the bacteria that cause infections. But the drugs also kill off some of the ‘good’ bacteria in the gut, which are known to influence digestion and metabolism. The authors of the new study suspect that this is the reason for the between antibiotics and diabetes, with alterations in gut bacteria meaning people absorb sugar and fat in different ways.But an alternative explanation could be that people with as-yet undiagnosed diabetes may be more prone to infection, and therefore use more antibiotics, the scientists said.The researchers, whose findings are published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, tracked 1.3 million people without diabetes and 170,404 with the disease. The study found that people with type 2 diabetes filled out 0.8 prescriptions for antibiotics per year on average. In comparison, non-diabetic individuals filled out 0.5 prescriptions per year. People who received five or more antibiotic prescriptions over a period of up to 15 years was associated with a 53 per cent increase in risk, compared with being given antibiotics just once, or never. Study author Dr Kristian Mikkelsen, from Gentofte Hospital in Hellerup, Denmark, said: ‘In our research, we found people who have type 2 diabetes used significantly more antibiotics up to 15 years prior to diagnosis compared to healthy controls. ‘Although we cannot infer causality from this study, the findings raise the possibility that antibiotics could raise the risk of type 2 diabetes. Courtesy: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3213228/Taking-antibiotics-increases-risk-type-2-diabetes-People-just-four-courses-15-years-50-likely-condition.html.

Nisarga Medical Centre , 2017010510:18:14

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Vitamin D deficiency directly linked with Type II Diabetes Mellitus.December 19, 2016 | Dr. C. P. Syam Kumar, BNYS. India become the leaders of world diabetes population now. Diabetes is an metabolic error because of various reasons. There are lots of myth regarding diabetes. But the real thing is something far different from those myths. Most of the world leading daibetologist are the under the control of pharma giants. So I would request all the readers of this post, please try to understand well and forward this to help others too. Know What is Type II diabetes ? Type II diabetes is a condition in which the body has a hard time managing blood sugar effectively. Usually one develops type II diabetes in adulthood, past the age of 35, but it has become increasingly common in children and teenagers. Once an individual develops type II diabetes, it usually lasts for the rest of their life. Beta cells in the pancreas make a hormone called insulin, which helps shuttle the glucose that enters the bloodstream after a meal into the body’s tissue, especially liver and muscle tissues. Insulin ensures that the body either uses or stores this glucose, helping manage glucose properly. People with type II diabetes (T2D) either don’t make enough insulin to help manage all of the glucose, or their body “ignores” the insulin they do produce, making it hard to manage all the glucose. When glucose starts to build up in the blood stream instead of being used or stored, it can cause diabetes complications. Complications may include the following: Skin conditions (NLD) High blood pressure Nerve damage (neuropathy) Kidney damage (nephropathy) Eyesight issues (Retinopathy/Cataract) Microvascular Diseases of Colon (Constipation) Signs and Symptoms. Increased thirst and frequent urination: Excess sugar in one’s blood causes the body to release fluid. Increased hunger: Without insulin to move sugars into the right places, the muscles and organs become tired, triggering increased appetite.. Weight loss: Without the ability to metabolize glucose for energy, the body uses other fuel sources stored in muscle and fat, causing weight loss. Fatigue: When cells aren’t able to receive the sugar they need because of poor insulin function, the individual becomes lethargic and even short-tempered. Vision problems: If the blood sugar is too high, fluid may be pulled from the lenses of one’s eyes, causing blurred vision. Slow healing or frequent infections: T2D affects one’s ability to heal and fight off infection. Patches of dark skin: Occasionally, people with T2D have areas of dark skin in the folds and creases of their bodies (Acanthosis nigricans) – like one’s armpits or neck – which can be a sign that one’s body is “resistant” to insulin. What causes type II diabetes? Type II Diabetes occurs when the body stops producing enough insulin or the body becomes “resistant” to insulin. Insulin resistance means that the body doesn’t use insulin as much as it should. Exactly why this happens is not fully clear, although being overweight and a lack of physical activity seem to play a role. Without enough insulin being used, the body doesn’t break down sugar into glucose. Then the cells don’t get the glucose they need. When the cells aren’t getting enough glucose, they don’t function properly and sugar builds up in the blood stream and can cause damage to multiple areas of the body, including the nerves and kidneys. Some people are more likely to get T2DM than others. Certain factors increase one’s risk of getting T2DM, though it’s not fully understood why some of these factors increase one’s chances. Risk factors include: Being overweight: The more fat tissue one has, the harder it is for one’s body to use insulin. Weight distribution: If the body stores fat in the mid-section, one’s risk is greater than if extra fat is stored elsewhere. Sedentary lifestyle: Physical activity helps control one’s weight, use glucose effectively and improve insulin sensitivity. Family history: The risk increases if one has a family member with T2D. Age: The risk of T2D increases with age, especially after age 40. Prediabetes: Prediabetes is a condition in which one’s blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. If one has prediabetes, this individual is at an increased risk of developing T2D. Gestational diabetes: If one has developed gestational diabetes during pregnancy, this person is at an increased risk of T2D later in life. Dietary risk factors include added sugars, simple carbohydrates, alcohol and saturated fats. Processed foods often contain these dietary risks. Vitamin D linked to Type II Diabetes. Studies have shown that people who have the lowest vitamin D levels in their blood are at an increased risk of developing T2D. In fact, studies have shown that people who have the lowest serum vitamin D levels are at an increased risk of developing T2D later in life. Research has also discovered that people newly diagnosed with T2D often have lower vitamin D levels than those without diabetes. Doctors and scientists think that vitamin D may have a hand in T2D by playing a role in one’s pancreatic beta-cell function, insulin action and inflammation Pancreatic beta cell function When an individual has T2D, sometimes the beta cells in the pancreas that produce insulin don’t work properly. Researchers are interested in vitamin D because there are specific receptors in pancreatic beta cells that only start “turning-on” if they receive enough vitamin D. Therefore, researchers think that vitamin D can help one’s pancreatic beta cells function properly. Animal studies have been conducted where these vitamin D receptors were removed, resulting in a inadequate production of insulin. How our body uses insulin When glucose is transported to the blood, the pancreas releases the hormone, insulin, which will bind to cell receptors and allow glucose to be transported into the cell. If one is sensitive to insulin, this individual doesn’t require very much insulin to help the body turn sugar into glucose, the body’s main source of energy. On the other hand, people with T2D are “resistant” to insulin, meaning their bodies don’t use insulin very well. As blood glucose continues to rise, the cells become deprived of energy. In order to normalize blood sugar levels in those with T2D, they will require an abnormally large amount of insulin produced from the pancreas, or an insulin injection. Fatigue: When cells aren’t able to receive the sugar they need because of poor insulin function, the individual becomes lethargic and even short-tempered. Vision problems: If the blood sugar is too high, fluid may be pulled from the lenses of one’s eyes, causing blurred vision. Slow healing or frequent infections: T2D affects one’s ability to heal and fight off infection. Patches of dark skin: Occasionally, people with T2D have areas of dark skin in the folds and creases of their bodies – like one’s armpits or neck – which can be a sign that one’s body is “resistant” to insulin. Researchers are interested in the role vitamin D plays in improving insulin sensitivity and increasing insulin secretion. Studies have reported a link between low vitamin D and decreased insulin sensitivity. Furthermore, vitamin D plays an important part in the regulation of calcium. Calcium helps to control the release of insulin, so alterations in calcium can have a negative effect on beta cell function, which may hinder normal insulin release. Some scientists and doctors believe that if vitamin D helps proper insulin function, some of its effects might be because of calcium. Nisarga Medical Centre provides treatment for Diabetes to manage efficiently with absolutely zero side effects.

Nisarga Medical Centre , 2017010311:17:31

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Water: A Universal Medicine.December 19, 2016 | Dr. C. P. Syam Kumar, BNYS. Simply Water is a Universal Solvent and its use is most important in most of the activities. We cannot imagine a life in the globe without water. Two atoms of Hydrogen and one heavier atom of oxygen and form one molecule of water. It has many physical and chemical properties. As far as Medicine is concerned I would like to go in depth about the physiological properties. Water is considered as Universal Medicine and its healing power has been exploited since time immemorial. Water is considered as the great boon to living being, without water no one can exist in the globe. Our body is made up of 60 to 70% is water. Cells are bathed in the water. The volume of vital fluid (Blood) is depend on water available in the body. For each and every functions of the body, right from the cells need sufficient water. Most of the body's water is in the intracellular fluid (2/3 of the body's water). The other third is in the extracellular fluid (1/3 of the water). The amount of water varies, depending on the organ. Much of the water is in blood plasma (20% of the body's total).the amount of water in the human heart and brain is 73%, the lungs are 83%, muscles and kidneys are 79%, the skin is 64%, and the bones are around 31%. Functions of Water in the Body: - Water is the primary building block of cells. It acts as an insulator, regulating internal body temperature. This is partly because water has a high specific heat, plus the body uses perspiration and respiration to regulate temperature. Water is needed to metabolize proteins and carbohydrates used as food. It is the primary component of saliva, used to digest carbohydrates and aid in swallowing food. The compound lubricates joints and prevent dehydration of cartilages. Water insulates the brain, spinal cord, organs, and fetus. It acts as a shock absorber. Water is used to flush waste and toxins from the body via urine, feces, sweat etc. Water at Cellular Level (Cellular Hydration): - Water that can electrically interface with cells is the biggest requirement for the hydration in the body. There is not one part of the body’s system that can function in the absence of electrically alive water. The entire electrical function of every cellular process depends on electrical frequencies of every molecule. This frequency increases or decreases depending on hydration at the cellular level. The PH of the water is very important to the proper functions of cells. PH is relative to mineral absorption affecting electrical conductivity of body fluids and conductivity is relative to the overall bonded ions of calcium, magnesium, potassium and sodium being the major constituents of TDS (total dissolved salts). Water and Brain Functions: - Our brains depend on proper hydration to function optimally. Brain cells require a delicate balance between water and various elements to operate, and when you lose too much water, that balance is disrupted. Dehydration can impair short-term memory function and the recall of long-term memory. Your brain cells lose efficiency. the ability of nerve cells to process electrical information depends on the special properties of the cell membrane, which controls the flux of nutritive substances and ions from the internal to the external side of the cell and vice-versa. Special molecular channels, called pores, which are open in the membrane allows that a substance or ion traverses it in a given direction. Absence or Deficiency of water can lead to loss of control the flux of nutrients across the membrane and may causes damage to nerve cells. Water Intoxication: - Water intoxication or poisoning is a life-threatening condition caused by excessive water drinking that results in a drop of blood sodium levels or–with a medical term–dilutional hyponatremia. Drinking as little as 2 liters of water per hour for few successive hours can result in water intoxication. Signs of Water Intoxication are; Headache, vomiting, increased urination, confusion, unsteady gait, agitation, seizures, coma. Pathophysiology:- Overhydration along with low sodium intake results in a drop of blood sodium levels (hyponatremia), which in turn results in a drop of blood osmolality. According to the principles of osmosis, water then moves from the space with lower into the space with higher osmolality, that is from the blood into the body cells, including the brain cells, which swell. Brain swelling (cerebral edema) causes the brain to get compressed within the tight skull, which is the main cause of symptoms of water intoxication and, eventually, death.  How much water need to drink in a day? The health professionals commonly recommend eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon and whenever you feel thirst you must drink. Drinking too much water may cause water intoxication and less water lead to dehydration, a very serious condition can end up in fatal or death. Signs of Dehydration: - dizziness or light-headedness headache tiredness dry mouth, lips and eyes passing small amounts of urine infrequently (less than three or four times a day feeling unusually tired (lethargic) or confused, and you think you may be dehydrated dizziness when you stand up that doesn't go away after a few seconds not passing urine for eight hours a weak pulse a rapid pulse fits (seizures) a low level of conciousness. "Hydrate your Body sufficiently, do not wait till you feel thirst".

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Do you think Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a suitable option to treat Osteoarthritis?December 19, 2016 | Dr. C. P. Syam Kumar, BNYS. Osteoarthritis (OA) or Degenerative Joint Diseases (DJD), is characterized by joint degeneration, loss of cartilage, and alterations of subchondral bone. The weight bearing joints and peripheral joints and axial articulations are th e joints principally affected by the degenerative changes associated with OA. Much destruction of hyaline cartilage occurs, followed by hardening and formation of large bone spurs called Osteophytes in the margins. Pain, deformity and reduced range of motion (ROM) result from this degeneration. Osteoarthritis can starts at any age after puberty (now a days), because of wrong food combination, lack of exercise, certain NSAIDs, weight gain, hormonal imbalance etc. Most importantly, we must know the use of NSAIDs accelerate osteoarthritis by affecting chondrocyte metabolism. Allopathy system of medicine are using NSAIDs for the treatment OA to reduce pain and swelling. But these drugs suppress the symptom and accelerate cartilage destruction. Salicylates and several other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) that are commonly employed in the treatment of osteoarthritis effectively decrease joint pain and increase mobility. Results from in vitro studies indicate that, in addition, some of these compounds affect proteoglycan metabolism of articular cartilage. Data from in vivo studies suggest that salicylate administration may accelerate articular cartilage damage in several animal models of osteoarthritis. At in vitro concentrations comparable to those that are achieved in the synovial fluid of patients treated with the drug, several NSAIDs suppress proteoglycan synthesis by the chondrocyte. Salicylate has been shown to inhibit the enzymes involved in the early stages of chondroitin sulfate biosynthesis. These NSAID-related effects on chondrocyte metabolism appear unrelated to inhibition of prostaglandin synthetase, and are much more profound in osteoarthritic cartilage than in normal cartilage, due to enhanced uptake of NSAIDs by the osteoarthritic cartilage. Depletion of matrix proteoglycans appears to be a major factor in the increased vulnerability of chondrocytes in degenerating cartilage to effects of NSAIDs. Some NSAIDs may be bound to matrix components. If similar changes occur in the cartilage of patients with arthritis treated with NSAIDs, despite the symptomatic improvement that these drugs produce, cartilage degeneration could be accelerated. It is clear that some synovial inflammation occurs in joints affected by osteoarthritis (OA) and it is well recognized that many patients with OA experience a decrease in pain and joint stiffness following administration of salicylates or other nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). However, neither the extent to which synovitis contributes to the cartilage breakdown in OA nor the effects of chronic administration of NSAIDs on the natural history of OA in humans is known. Recent studies indicate that several NSAIDs, including salicylates, suppress proteoglycan synthesis in articular cartilage in vitro. The effect on OA cartilage is more marked than that on normal cartilage. Other studies show that salicylate feeding may suppress proteoglycan metabolism in degenerating cartilage in vivo, aggravating the decrease in proteoglycan content caused by the disease itself. However, no effect of salicylates on normal articular cartilage has been observed in vivo. In damaged cartilage the magnitude of NSAID-induced suppression of proteoglycan metabolism appears to be related inversely to the proteoglycan content of the tissue. In addition, the NSAIDs used in treatment of arthritis today may differ with respect to their in vivo effects on articular cartilage metabolism due, in part, to differences between the molar concentrations of these drugs in synovial fluid.

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